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[movies]Interview with Phyliss Bennis - Penny Little, Chris Rivera, Barbara Trent
Interview with Phyliss Bennis (Middle East Expert, Institute for Policy Studies) for the documentary Waging Peace. Waging Peace focuses on how we can maintain and utilize the energy of the peace movement through very difficult times. A diverse range of organizers speak out on the impact of our efforts.
Keywords: Empowerment Project; Peace; War; Peace movement
Downloads: 336
[audio]Interview with Iraq Veterans Against the War - Speak up! Speak Out!
Five Iraq Veterans tell why they oppose the Iraq War and share personal experiences that led to their decision to speak out. They talk about the mission of IVAW - Iraq Veterans Against the War.
Keywords: Iraq Vets; Iraq War; Peace movement
Downloads: 113
[audio]Everything is Different, Nothing has Changed, Leslie Cagan on the Elections - Leslie Cagan, encuentro 5, open media boston
In this informal talk to a house party organized by mga, encuentro 5, and AFSC, Leslie Cagan of United for Peace with Justice, surveys the election results and its implications for the new national mood. She summarizes this by quoting a friend, "Everything is different, Nothing has changed."
Keywords: Leslie Cagan; peace movement; 2008 elections; organizing
Downloads: 53
[movies]World Tribunal on Iraq, Istanbul: Program 2; part 2
The World Tribunal on Iraq met for it's final session June 24-27, 2005 in Istanbul Turkey. Watch selections of the 54 testimonies given from the Panel of Advocates and Witnesses who came from around the world, including from Iraq, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Excerpts of speech by author Arundhati Roy are included. Two one-hour programs are presented, each divided here into two 30-minute parts...
Keywords: Iraq; war; occupation; torture; invasion; Guantanamo; peace movement
Downloads: 196
[movies]World Tribunal on Iraq, Istanbul: Program 1; part 1
The World Tribunal on Iraq met for it's final session June 24-27, 2005 in Istanbul Turkey. Watch selections of the 54 testimonies given from the Panel of Advocates and Witnesses who came from around the world, including from Iraq, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Excerpts of speech by author Arundhati Roy are included. Two one-hour programs are presented, each divided here into two 30-minute parts...
Keywords: Iraq; war; occupation; torture; invasion; Guantanamo; peace movement
Downloads: 253
[movies]World Tribunal on Iraq, Istanbul 2005: Program 2; part 1
The World Tribunal on Iraq met for it's final session June 24-27, 2005 in Istanbul Turkey. Watch selections of the 54 testimonies given from the Panel of Advocates and Witnesses who came from around the world, including from Iraq, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Excerpts of speech by author Arundhati Roy are included. Two one-hour programs are presented, each divided here into two 30-minute parts...
Keywords: Iraq; war; occupation; torture; invasion; Guantanamo; peace movement
Downloads: 167
[movies]World Tribunal on Iraq, Istanbul: Program 1; part 2
The World Tribunal on Iraq met for it's final session June 24-27, 2005 in Istanbul Turkey. Watch selections of the 54 testimonies given from the Panel of Advocates and Witnesses who came from around the world, including from Iraq, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Excerpts of speech by author Arundhati Roy are included. Two one-hour programs are presented, each divided here into two 30-minute parts...
Keywords: Iraq; war; occupation; torture; invasion; Guantanamo; peace movement
Downloads: 202
[movies]Shocking and Awful: The World Says NO to War
Part eight of a twelve part series from Deep Dish TV on the war in Iraq. The programs address the implications and consequences of the recent military actions in Iraq and show how people are mobilizing to deal with the issues raised by the war. To see other parts in this series, click: Part 1: The Real Face of Occupation Part 2: Standing with the Women of Iraq Part 3: National Insecurities Part 4: The Art of Resistance Part 5:Dance of Death Part 6: Erasing Memory - The Cultural Destruction of I...
Keywords: iraq; war; shock and awe; middle east; peace movement; demonstrations
Downloads: 48,714
[texts]The American Socialist Road to Peace, Freedom, and Democracy
The origin of this document, "The American Socialist Road to Peace, Freedom, and Democracy," is unclear. It was found on this CIA web page: http://www.foia.cia.gov/sites/default/files/document_conversions/5829/CIA-RDP80R01731R003000200122-6.pdfThe CIA's 2003 release of the document is "sanitized," and erases the author, date, and cover letter information for the document. As a result, though it is likely that the document is a piece of intelligence, obtained from an author outside of the CIA, it...
Keywords: Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); Communist Party; Korean War; Peace Movement
Downloads: 42
[audio]Rag Radio 05-11-2010 / Novelist Marc Estrin - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
-A conversation with Marc Estrin about literature, theater, and the movement for peace and justice. Guest: Marc Estrin is a writer and peace activist who lives in Burlington, VT. An award-winning novelist, he is also a theatrical director, a classical musician, and a puppeteer with the famed Bread and Puppet Theater. He is also a regular contributor to The Rag Blog. Producer and host: Thorne Dreyer; Engineer: Tracey Schulz.
Keywords: -Rag Radio; Marc Estrin; Thorne Dreyer; Literature; Theater; Peace Movement, The Rag Blog
Downloads: 16
[texts]International Connections of U.S. Peace Groups - U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
This set of documents includes the Central Intelligence Agency's November 15, 1967 report, "International Connections of U.S. Peace Groups," along with a cover letter to the President, and two updates on the report from February, 1968.As Richard Helms, Director of Central Intelligence, stated in his November 15, 1967 cover letter to President Lyndon Johnson, "we found little or no information on the financing of the principal peace movement groups," "we could find no evidence of any contact betw...
Keywords: Vietnam War; Anti-War Movement; Peace Movement; Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); domestic intelligence
Downloads: 84
[audio]Rag Radio 2012-10-12 - Tom Hayden on the Drug War & the Peace Movement - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Peace and Justice activist Tom Hayden spoke on "The Drug War, the Peace Movement, and the Legacy of Port Huron" at the 5604 Manor Community Center in Austin, Saturday, August 25, 2012, at an event sponsored by The Rag Blog and Rag Radio. The talk was recorded by KOOP’s Allan Campbell and an edited version was originally broadcast on Allan’s People United show on Sept. 14, 2012. Hayden was also in Austin as a correspondent for The Nation, covering Mexican poet Javier Sicilia’s Caravan for P...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Tom Hayden; Thorne Dreyer; Peace Movement; Drug War; Port Huron; SDS
Downloads: 55
[movies]Shocking and Awful: Resistance at Home
Part eleven of a twelve part series from Deep Dish TV on the war in Iraq. The programs address the implications and consequences of the recent military actions in Iraq and show how people are mobilizing to deal with the issues raised by the war. To see other parts in this series, click: Part 1: The Real Face of Occupation Part 2: Standing with the Women of Iraq Part 3: National Insecurities Part 4: The Art of Resistance Part 5: Dance of Death Part 6: Erasing Memory - The Cultural Destruction of...
Keywords: iraq; war; shock and awe; middle east; protest; resistance; peace movement
Downloads: 36,501
[audio]Rag Radio - 2010-07-13 / Former Diplomat Col. Ann Wright on Gaza Flotilla & more - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Col. Ann Wright spent 29 years in the U.S. Army and 16 years with the State Department –- as a political officer in the U.S. Foreign Service. In 1997 she won the State Department’s Award for Heroism. In 2003, she resigned in protest against the Iraq War and other U.S. policies she could no longer defend, and has become a major force in the movements for peace and justice. She has disrupted Congressional hearings, has been arrested for civil disobedience, and has worked hard in support of ant...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Col. Ann Wright; Gaza Freedom Flotilla; Thorne Dreyer; Peace Movement; Activists; U.S. Diplomats; Palestinian Blockade
Downloads: 35
[audio]Rag Radio 2011-06-17 / Vietnam Vet and Peace Activist Terry J. DuBose - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Terry J. DuBose served in Vietnam as a 1st Lt. in 1967–68 with the 53rd General Support Group, and was Texas coordinator of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW) in 1971–72. He is associate professor emeritus in diagnostic medical sonography at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and now lives in Austin, Texas. We discuss the GI resistance to the War in Vietnam and the legacy of that war, the history of VVAW, the Winter Soldier investigations, and the "swiftboating" of Viet...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Terry DuBose; Vietnam Veterans Against the War; Vietnam War; Peace Movement; Anti-War Gi's
Downloads: 73
[texts]Why Boys Should Not Join the Boy Scouts - Celia Rosatstein
Why Boys Should Not Join the "Boy Scouts" by Celia Rosatstein Published in The Young Socialists' Magazine [New York], vol. 4, no. 6 (June 1911), pg. 12. The decade of the 1910s was marked by an ideological struggle for the hearts and minds of children, pitting on the one side the paramilitary Boy Scouts of America and on the other the radical anti-militarists of the Socialist Sunday School movement...
Keywords: Pacifism -- United States; Socialist Sunday Schools; SSS; Boy Scouts of America; BSA; radicalism; pacifism; anti-militarism; peace movement; student movement
Downloads: 10
[audio]The Propagandist 10. Come From The Shadows - Jonathon Narvey
The Propagandist Editor Jonathon Narvey talks with Terry Glavin, author of "Come from the Shadows: The Long and Lonely Struggle for Peace in Afghanistan" about his book and why so many in the USA, Canada and elsewhere are so tragically misinformed about what the conflict is about.
Keywords: Afghanistan war; Terry Glavin Come from the Shadows; Long and Lonely Struggle for Peace in Afghanistan; Stopwar; peace movement
Downloads: 198
[movies]Frauen in Schwarz (Women in Black)
In Belgrade, "Women In Black" silent vigils were held weekly from 1991 to 1997 to protest nonviolently against the war; the Serbian regime's policy; nationalism; militarism and all forms of hatred, discrimination and violence.They support deserters from every former Yugoslavian republic, organize actions to support refugees and publish books and magazines. The film portraits some of these strong personalities in form of travel notes that end with the last international congress of "Women in Blac...
Keywords: Women in Black, Mujeres de Negro, Frauen in Schwarz, antimilitarism, feminism, nonviolence, Belgrade, former Yugoslavia, peace movement
Downloads: 1,528 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Democracy In Action (12/20/2010) - Democracy Unlimited & KMUD Radio
Democracy in Action on KMUD Radio. Hosted by David Cobb. Guest George Friday of the Independent Progressive Politics Network and United for Peace and Justice discusses the current state of the progressive movement in the United States and what to do about the disappointing presidency of Barack Obama.
Keywords: democracy in action; democracy unlimited; kmud radio; david cobb; george friday; independent progressive politics network; progressive politics; peace movement; democracy movement; move to amend
Downloads: 10
[audio]David Rovics on the Music of Political and Economic Activism - Dori Smith, Talk Nation Radio studios
Talk Nation Radio for September 24, 2009 David Rovics on the Music of Political and Economic Activism David Rovics is on an international tour, and he met up with Dahr Jamail briefly in Connecticut where they shared the stage at Wesleyan University. Prior to his arrival we spoke with Rovics by phone to discuss his tour and the significance of sharing a stage with Dahr Jamail. First we hear a clip of Dahr Jamail answering our question at a press conference regarding the Obama administrationâs le...
Keywords: David Rovics; Dahr Jamail; Will to Resist War Tour of Connecticut 2009; International Day of Peace; G20; Europe; protest; protest songs; peace movement; activism
Downloads: 41
[audio]Webster Tarpley's Speech in San Diego, 7/8/07
PART 1 : This is an mp3 recording of Webster Griffin Tarpley speaking in San Diego on July 8, 2007 on the transforming political landscape in America. He stressed the importance of inserting 9/11 Truth into the 2008 presidential campaign with grassroots media activism.. He also articulated how 9/11 truth can be the fulcrum point for pushing the tide in a positive direction. Hot off the successful transcending of both left and right at the July 4th Philadephia Emergency Anti-war Convention, Mr...
Keywords: webster tarpley; 911; 9/11; nuclear war; peace movement; 911 truth; bush; nazi; war; iran; false flag; iraq; new world order; money; dollar
Downloads: 651
[audio]Rag Radio 2014-05-02 --- Author Bruce Dancis, Vietnam War Draft Resister & Pop Culture Critic - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Thorne Dreyer's guest is Bruce Dancis, author of the recently released "Resister: A Story of Protest and Prison during the Vietnam War." Dancis recently retired after a long career as a pop culture critic, including 16 years as the arts and entertainment editor of the Sacramento Bee. He lives in Orangevale, California, and Putnam Valley, New York. Dancis grew up in a radical household and took part in the 1963 March on Washington when he was 15...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Bruce Dancis; Authors; Vietnam War; Draft Resisters; SDS; Peace Movement; Pop Culture Critics; Entertainment Journalists; Civil Rights Movement; Memoirist
Downloads: 16
[audio]New World Notes 92 - Michael Parenti on Political Liberties and Economic Democracy - Kenneth Dowst
30-minute weekly radio program for December 8, 2009. The best parts of Michael Parenti's lecture and Q&A at the University of Hartford on Nov. 4, 2009. He argues that improvements in public policy & living conditions (for the non-rich) resulted from struggle from "below," not from the goodness of the governing elites' hearts. Average citizens fought for greater political liberties as tools to compel concrete improvements in their lives...
Keywords: airlines; American history; antiwar; Christianity; civil liberties; class; Constitution; democracy; Dowst; God; Michael Parenti; peace movement; police brutality; protest; religion; Transportation Security Administration; TSA
Downloads: 118
[audio]People United - February 12, 2010 - Allan Campbell
Episode features the late historian Howard Zinn (August 24, 1922-January 27, 2010), delivering his keynote address on February 17, 2006, at the University of Texas at Austin as part of the conference "Empire, Resistance, and the War in Iraq," sponsored by Historians Against the War (HAW). The lecture was recorded by Pat Youngblood of the Third Coast Activist Resource Center. Episode concludes with a commentary by Rahul Mahajan ("Orphaned Haiti").
Keywords: Howard Zinn; anti-war movement; peace movement; war; occupation; Iraq; Dick Cheney; Bush Doctrine; Monroe Doctrine; United States; empire; imperialism; colonialism; social movements; history; historian; Historians Against the War
Downloads: 25
[audio]CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: We Ain't Short Sh-t, It'll Just Cost More, Unless We Stop It - February 28, 2011
. February 28, 2011 CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: We Ain't Short Sh-t, It'll Just Cost More, Unless We Stop It Featuring: Lindsay Williams, Alex Jones, Webster Tarpley, James Corbett Show MP3 Download Links: http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/49944 http://www.archive.org/details/Ckln88.1FmsRudeAwakeningWeAintShortSh-tItllJustCostMore . This episode: why did the U.S. refuse to develop trillions of dollars worth of their own oil fields? Why build up Arab states and force them to buy U.S...
Keywords: austerity shortage price oil gas middle east new world order conspiracy toronto ontario canada america truth cost inflation economy social network chemtrail info war peace movement activism media journalism culture commodity people family friend group un
Downloads: 30
[texts]The Anarchist Library: Ann Hansen Julie Belmas This Is Not A Love Story Armed Struggle Against The Institutions Of Patriarchy a4
The Anarchist Library: Ann Hansen Julie Belmas This Is Not A Love Story Armed Struggle Against The Institutions Of Patriarchy a4
Keywords: zora; wimmin; actions; struggle; hansen; revolutionary; womyn; patriarchal; militant; red zora; revolutionary cells; ann hansen; red hot; armed struggle; peace movement; julie belmas; hot video; fire brigade; direct actions
Downloads: 27
[texts]Heresies Magazine Issue #2: Patterns of Communication and Space Among Women (Volume 1, Number 2)

Keywords: women; skyscraper; feminist; art; tion; woman; social; female; peace; peace movement; george sand; northern ireland; des femmes; artist living; female workers; anais nin; women artists; voix des; trade center
Downloads: 242
[audio]CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: They Will Not Control Us, We Will (Do What We Always Do To) Be Victorious (So Come On!) - March 3, 2011
. March 3, 2011 CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: They Will Not Control Us, We Will (Do What We Always Do To) Be Victorious (So Come On!) Featuring: Lindsay Williams, Alex Jones, Webster Tarpley, Charlie Sheen Show MP3 Download Links: http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/49949 http://www.archive.org/details/Ckln88.1FmsRudeAwakeningTheyWillNotControlUsWeWilldoWhatWe . This episode: Do we listen to the music we listen to? How about the artists who inspire us to communicate and resist the powers...
Keywords: radio media journalism activism protest egypt oil info war peace movement celebrity hollywood trivia new world order conspiracy toronto ontario canada security privatization corporate bank control police military food health cancer people family friends
Downloads: 86
[audio]Noam Chomsky - 1969-04-03 - Debate with William F. Buckley - complete, high audio quality
Chomsky's infamous debate with William F. Buckley, the right wing talk show host. The debate is complete, and includes questions from the press - including a young Jeff Greenfield.
Keywords: Vietnam; Marshall Plan; Truman doctrine; William F. Buckley; gunboat diplomacy; Greece; Indochina; Greek Civil War; Philippines; Imperialism; World War II; Vichy France; intervention; Peace movement; terrorism; Walt Rostow; Bernard Fall
Downloads: 280
[audio]People United - July 30, 2010 - Allan Campbell
This episode is the second of two parts featuring Joe Meadors and Ann Wright about their experiences taking part in the Gaza Freedom Flotilla, the humanitarian-aid convoy on its way to the Palestinian territory when it was raided by the Israeli Defense Force on May 31, 2010. They spoke at the University of Texas at Austin on July 11, 2010. This episode features Joe Meadors on his surviving one attack by the Israeli military as a peace activist taking part on the flotilla and his surviving anothe...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Joe Meadors; Ann Wright; Free Palestine movement; Free Gaza movement; USS Liberty; Six Day War; Gaza Freedom Flotilla; Israel; Palestine; Gaza; occupation; blockade; peace movement; peace activist; 1967; 2010; history; current events
Downloads: 12
[audio]People United - February 5, 2010 - Allan Campbell
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with Austin activist Ken Hayes of School of the Americas Watch about his upcoming six-month sentence in federal prison for setting foot in Fort Benning, Georgia, during the November 20-22, 2009, protest to close the controversial Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (formerly known as School of the Americas). Episode concludes with a commentary by Mumia Abu-Jamal ("A Year In: More Same Than Change").
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; School of the Americas; School of the Americas Watch; Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation; Fort Benning; peace movement; Latin America; United States; military; imperialism; empire; civil disobedience; direct action
Downloads: 20
[audio]People United - March 12, 2010 - Allan Campbell
Episode features a conversation with, and also musical performances from, former International Solidarity Movement activist Joe Carr about the life and death of his friend Rachel Corrie (April 10, 1979-March 16, 2003), an American killed by the Israeli Defense Force in Rafa seven years ago while trying to block the demolition of a Palestinian home. The talking, rapping, and singing were broadcast live in the KOOP Studio.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Israel; Israeli; Palestine; Palestinian; West Bank; Gaza; occupation; human rights; International Solidarity Movement; Israeli Defense Ministry; Israeli Defense Force; Caterpillar; peace activist; peace movement; nonviolent direct action; white privilege; Freedom Summer; Rachel Corrie; Joe Carr; hip hop; legacy; Rafa; Haifa; civil trial
Downloads: 5
[audio]FRB Interviews - Carolyn Bninski: Colorado Peace Activist - 9/3/2008 - (FRB) FrontRangeBouldering.com
Carolyn Bninski, long time activist, talks about her life and times and the peace movement at the KGNU radio station in Boulder, Colorado. 9/3/2008. Carolyn Bninski is affiliated with the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center. The Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center is dedicated to progressive personal and social change. They are a multi-issue organization that works to restore and protect Earth and human rights...
Keywords: FRB Interviews - Boulder Life Style; Carolyn Bninski; rocky mountain peace and justice center; rmpjc.org; peace movement; justice for all; frb; frontrangebouldering.com; podcasts; frb podcasts; frb interviews; frontrangebouldering.com audio interviews; mb; mike brooks; boulder, colorado; climbing; bouldering; rock climbing; kgnu; green studio; Boulder, Colorado; rocky mountain climbing media mavens
Downloads: 47
[audio]People United - July 23, 2010 - Allan Campbell
This episode is the first of two parts featuring featuring Ann Wright, a retired US Army colonel and former career diplomat, and Joe Meadors, a retired US Navy signalman, about their experiences taking part in the Gaza Freedom Flotilla, the humanitarian-aid convoy on its way to the Palestinian territory when it was raided by the Israeli Defense Force on May 31, 2010. They spoke at the University of Texas at Austin on July 11, 2010...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Ann Wright; Joe Meadors; Gaza Freedom Flotilla; Fran Hanlon; Code Pink Austin; Palestine Solidarity Committee; University of Texas at Austin; Free Gaza movement; Israel; Palestine; occupation; Palestinian territories; West Bank; Gaza; Egypt; humanitarian aid; housing; medical supplies; peace activist; video; photos; photographs; Mavi Marmara; Cultures of Resistance; Israeli military; Israeli Defense Force; Rachel Corrie; international waters; international law; United States; peace movement
Downloads: 14
[audio]People United - September 30, 2011 - Allan Campbell
Episode features a conversation broadcast live about the peace movement, GI and veterans issues, and the Under the Hood Cafe in Killeen, Texas. Alice Embree of Under the Hood Cafe, photographer Alan Pogue of Veterans for Peace, and Jim Turpin of Code Pink Austin spoke in the KOOP Studio in Austin, Texas, with Aaron Hughes of Iraq Veterans Against the War joining the discussion by phone from Killeen.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; peace movement; anti-war movement; GI coffeehouses; Killeen; Texas; Fort Hood; Oleo Strut; Vietnam War; Under the Hood Cafe; war; veterans; soldiers; GIs; civilians; peace activists; US citizens; Iraq; Afghanistan; Veterans for Peace; Iraq Veterans Against the War; Operation Recovery; Code Pink; Vietnam Veterans Against the War; trauma; redeployment; mental health; health care; legal; psychological; counseling; rights; generational; historical; history; current events
Downloads: 14
[audio]People United - September 14, 2012 - Allan Campbell
Episode features writer and veteran activist Tom Hayden on social movements, public opinion, and opposition to the drug war. He spoke at 5604 Manor in Austin, Texas, on August 25, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Tom Hayden; Caravan for Peace with Justice and Dignity; Javier Sicilia; the drug war; the peace movement; social movements; global justice movement; education; protest; North American Free Trade Agreement; Central American Free Trade Agreement; Free Trade Agreement of the Americas; neoliberalism; Harvard University; social justice; economic justice; United States; Mexico; Latin America; Students for a Democratic Society; The Nation; The Huffington Post; The Rag Blog; history; current events
Downloads: 10
[audio]People United - September 14, 2012 - Allan Campbell
Episode features writer and veteran activist Tom Hayden on social movements, public opinion, and opposition to the drug war. He spoke at 5604 Manor here in Austin, Texas, on August 25, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Tom Hayden; Carvan for Peace with Justice and Dignity; Javier Sicilia; the drug war; the peace movement; social movements; global justice movement; peace; war; empire; neoliberalism; free trade; fair trade; drugs; regulation; decriminalization; social justice; economic justice; protest; struggle; United States; Mexico; Latin America; casualties; refugees; Harvard University; Students for a Democratic Society; The Nation; The Huffington Post; The Rag Blog; history; current events
Downloads: 17
[audio]People United - July 6, 2012 - Allan Campbell
Episode features a conversation broadcast live about veterans' issues with five veterans of US wars. Alan Pogue of Veterans for Peace and Marco Antonio Orrantia, David Thomas and Guillermo Villarreal of the local Welcome Home, Iraq Veterans, Executive Committee spoke in the KOOP Studio in Austin, Texas, with Maggie Martin of Iraq Veterans Against the War joining the discussion by telephone from Under the Hood Cafe in Killeen, Texas.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Maggie Martin; Iraq Veterans Against the War; IVAW; Operation Recovery; Under the Hood Cafe; Service Women's Action Network; SWAN; Alan Pogue; Veterans for Peace; Vietnam Veterans Against the War; VVAW; Oleo Strut; Killeen; Marco Antonio Orrantia; David Thomas; Guillermo Villareal; Welcome Home; Iraq Veterans; military veterans; war veterans; Iraq; Afghanistan; Vietnam; US wars; returning soldiers; parade; job fair; resource fair; peace movement; resources; redeployment; traumatized soldiers; traumatized veterans; suicide; domestic violence; post-traumatic stress disorder; traumatic brain injury; sexual trauma; sexual violence; sexual assault; rape; sexual harrassment; criminal investigation; military culture; patriarchy; feminism; shared experience; counseling; healing; community; activism; history; current events
Downloads: 10
[audio]People United - July 9, 2010 - Allan Campbell
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with war resister Victor Agosto, the Iraq war veteran who refused to deploy to Afghanistan, and filmmaker Catherine Montondo, whose upcoming project documents the experiences and feelings of Americans and Iraqis in US-occupied Iraq, when both guests were in Austin, Texas, for the 2010 national convention of Iraq Veterans Against the War.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Iraq Veterans Against the War; Catherine Motondo; Victor Agosto; Antonia Juhasz; Iraq; Afghanistan; conscientious objector; religion; secular; atheist; atheism; Americans; Iraqis; documentary; Brussels; Belgium; Killeen; Miami; Miami-Dade College; Florida International University; Under the Hood Cafe; Fort Hood; Fort Hood Support Network; Thad Crouch; Fort Benning; Noam Chomsky; Hegemony or Survival; John Pilger; War on Democracy; war; empire; anti-war movement; peace movement; student movement; students; soldiers; veterans; peace activists; democracy; electoral politics; framing; movement building; building movements
Downloads: 19
[audio]People United - October 22, 2010 - Allan Campbell
Episode features a conversation broadcast live with Ken Hayes about the six months he spent in prison for trespassing last year at Fort Benning, Georgia, and also with him and Roy Bourgeois about the work of School of the Americas Watch, including the vigil next month at Fort Benning, where the controversial US institute for training Latin American military is based. Roy Bourgeois joined the discussion by phone from Columbus, Georgia, while Ken Hayes was in the KOOP Studio here in Austin, Texas.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin; TX; community radio; Roy Bourgeois; Ken Hayes; School of the Americas Watch; SOA Watch; School of the Americas; Western Hempishere Institute for Security Cooperation; School of the Assassins; Fort Benning; civil disobedience; peace movement; nonviolence; solidarity; human rights; Latin America; dictatorship; democracy; coups; Chile; Venezuela; Ecuador; Honduras; United States; Salvador Allende; Hugo Chavez; Manuel Zelaya; Rafael Correa; George W Bush; Barack Obama; Mahatma Gandhi; Martin Luther King Jr; Oscar Romero; religious dissent; religious progressives; religious right; church hierarchy; United Methodist; Catholic Church; Maryknoll Order; excommunication; women priests; gender; poverty; justice; movement
Downloads: 12
[audio]People United - July 13, 2012 - Allan Campbell
Episode features a conversation with filmmaker Anne Lewis about her and Mimi Pickering's documentary film _Anne Braden: Southern Patriot_, which profiles a white Southern womanâs activism over several decades for various causes, particularly those connected to the struggle for racial justice. Anne Lewis spoke in the KOOP Studio on July 4, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; Anne Lewis; Mimi Pickering; Appalshop; documentary; filmmaking; activism; Anne Braden; Southern Patriot; Louisville; Kentucky; Appalachia; environmental justice; civil rights; black freedom struggle; people of color; race; racism; whiteness; white privilege; white supremacy; capitalism; class; poverty; economic justice; working class; labor movement; trade unions; trade unionist; Carl Braden; Willie McGee; Scottsboro Boys; American Communist Party; Popular Front; Great Depression; World War II; World War Two; Cold War; blacklisting; McCarthyism; political repression; First Amendment; Jim Crow; segregation; war; empire; peace movement; Free Speech Movement; New Left; LGBT; gay and lesbian rights; Carla Wallace; Fairness Campaign; Southern Conference; The Southern Patriot; public intellectual; African American; Angela Davis; Cornel West; Robin Kelley; Robin D G Kelley; Birmingham; Race Rebels; Hammer and Hoe; gender; sex; sexism; patriarchy; feminism; women's liberation; women's movement; social movements; social justice; intersectionality; historiography; history; current events
Downloads: 14
[audio]People United - July 22, 2011 - Allan Campbell
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio about the work of the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador as well as about political developments in the country itself with Matthew Gossage, who just returned from a CISPES delegation in El Salvador in 2011, and Alice Embree, who became involved with CISPES during the Salvadoran civil war and later served as a CISPES delegate and election observer in El Salvador in 2009...
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